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Author:  Azlan [ Sun Jan 23, 2005 4:06 pm ]
Post subject:  Royal New Zealand Ballet 2004-05

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Royal Ballet nominated for award

The New Zealand Herald

The Royal New Zealand Ballet has been nominated twice in the Olivier Awards, the equivalent of the Oscars for theatre in Britain. <a href=http://www.nzherald.co.nz/index.cfm?c_id=18&ObjectID=10007460 target=_blank>more</a>

Author:  kurinuku [ Sat Feb 26, 2005 10:27 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Royal New Zealand Ballet 2004-05

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Ballet: Provocative and graceful works


by JOHN DALY-PEOPLES
the NZ National Business Review

The Royal New Zealand Ballet's Tutus on Tour show is an inspired programme of four dances that not only presents an appealing range of dance styles but also allows the company to show off its exceptional dancing skills.

The four works, ranging from the classical to the contemporary, explore various aspects of love and sensuality from the sedate Sleeping Beauty to the raunchy, tango-inspired Si Supieras.
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Author:  Francis Timlin [ Thu Mar 31, 2005 1:50 pm ]
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Royal New Zealand Ballet will be touring to Sydney in June 2005. Included on a triple bill will be Javier de Frutos' "Milagros." Sharon Verghis interviews Javier in the Sydney Morning Herald:

http://www.smh.com.au/news/Arts/All-roads-lead-to-a-new-dance-piece/2005/03/31/1111862530183.html

Author:  Francis Timlin [ Wed Apr 20, 2005 2:05 pm ]
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RNZB will tour a triple bill of Javier de Frutos' "Milagros," Kenneth Macmillan's "Concerto" and David Dawson's "A Million Kisses to My Skin" throughout New Zealand during May 2005 and to San Francisco and Sydney in June. The news release is reprinted in Scoop:

http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/CU0504/S00097.htm

Author:  Francis Timlin [ Thu Jun 09, 2005 11:08 am ]
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RNZB opens in Sydney on Friday, June 9. In the Sydney Morning Herald, Sharon Verghis talks to AD Gary Harris about the company's current trajectory:

Sydney Preview

Author:  Francis Timlin [ Mon Jun 13, 2005 12:06 pm ]
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JIll Sykes reviews the June 9 performance in the Sydney Morning Herald:

RNZB Review

Author:  Francis Timlin [ Fri Jul 15, 2005 4:01 pm ]
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In the Dominion Post, Robyn McLean interviews Milwaukee Ballet Artistic Director Michael Pink who is in New Zealand to oversee rehearsal of his production of "Dracula."

Michael Pink interview

Author:  kurinuku [ Mon Aug 01, 2005 3:08 am ]
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Ballet: Dancing with vampires
by JOHN DALY-PEOPLES for the NZ National Business Review

As Dracula, Douglas McCubbin is a complex figure, highlighted by his two costumes, one a tightfitting black masculine outfit, the other a flaring bold red gown. He presents an androgynous character drawn to both males and females.

His seamlessly lithe dancing with darting wolverine steps and reptilian movements gave him an eerie quality: part man, part beast and part spectre.

published: July 22, 2005
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Author:  kurinuku [ Fri Sep 02, 2005 4:34 am ]
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pellbound to Dracula
by BERNADETTE RAE for the NZ National Business Review

Then Dracula, Michael Pink's stunning piece of Gothic dance theatre, returned. And Purcell, who had not been tempted by previous invitations from the RNZB to rejoin or guest with the company, fell under his spell.

published: August 17, 2005
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Author:  kurinuku [ Fri Sep 02, 2005 4:43 am ]
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Dracula at the Civic
by BERNADETTE RAE for the NZ National Business Review

The production values are all there, with bells on. And the youthful Royal New Zealand Ballet dancers make up for what they may lack in experience - in a work that requires at least as much theatrical nous as it does balletic technique - with a load of enthusiasm for the task at hand.

published: August 19, 2005
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